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of the city. that was a message that was repeatedly stated. there's evidence of that in our local daily newspaper. there's evidence of that with some of the major network affiliates. there's video footage. the message has always been consistent. where the governor is getting his knowledge and his information, only god knows. >> mayor, i appreciate you coming on to discuss this situation. i know that you put the residents first, as is the governor at this time. we'll see what happens after this. >> i hope that journalistic integrity would prevail and someone would challenge the governor to provide the source of the information he got. he's dead wrong, plain and simple. >> thank you for your time. i appreciate it. >> you're welcome. >> the final jobs report is scheduled to be released friday, but will sandy delay that report? we'll have a live update from wall street. the storm forced some early voting sites to close in virginia, west virginia, and north carolina. is it possible election day could be affected by all of this? first, new comments from secretary of state hillary clinton in b
think you're right that people want to hear specifics. although, states and government -- local officials warning it takes some time. it's very, very complicated. nobody really -- the forkers warned of this but i don't think people thought it would be this bad, as bad as it is that you would have power out in 60% of a state. >> absolutely. to this point, it is not as if people are blaming fema or blaming administrators. they want some answers which is a natural reaction, especially when you're going through what so many are in this region. thank you very much, ron. i appreciate you sticking around. >>> with six days to election day, governor romney resumed a full campaign schedule today. he's in florida right now. about to kick off the second event of the day in south florida. congressman paul ryan is in wisconsin. vice president joe biden attending rallies in florida and bill clinton is in iowa for the obama campaign, of course. let's bring in the political panel. david goodfriend and rachel smelkin. thank you both for your time. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> i want to get to
12th and you help secure meals for local families. go to walmart.com/hunger and learn more about how you can join the fight. because hunger is a big problem and it needs a big answer. what's the strategy to flip the momentum back his way after suffering what's called a decisive defeat in the first presidential debate. if romney won the instant reactions from last night's debates, it's more than possible that the obama camp can win the next 24 hours. also tomorrow the labor department releases its monthly jobs report potentially, giving team obama a chance to change the narrative. let me bring in political editor -- senior political edit editor, mark murray. patrick gaspar was here a moment ago. he had the same strategy you pointed out earlier this morning. they're looking at the long picture or big picture here, and not focusing too much on the one debate. >> that's right. they tried to turn the message. they had an aggressive conference call today. you saw a fiery president obama campaigning in denver trying to point out what they said were misstatements that mitt romney made at the
. thank you erin and keith. >>> coming up, a tense moment in a local interview with congressman paul ryan. >> those are yours, not mine. >> thank you very much, sir. >> yeah. >> all right. >> that was kind of strange. you trying to stuff words in people's mouths? >> i don't know if that's strange. >> so ryan's camp says it was a reporter asking a weird or strange question. so what happens if congressman ryan is asked a question he doesn't like in the debate? plus how democrats are gaffe-proofing vice president joe biden. we'll follow developing news. jerry sandusky sentenced to at least 30 years behind bars. what "celebrity apprenticsandus. >>> first it was pbs and now nickelodeon. why the kids' tv network says mitt romney is dising children. it's one of the things we thought you should know, and you can join our conversation if you don't explode like steve on twitter. find us at @tamronhall and at @newsnation. this is my song of the day. humans -- even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. which is why, at liberty mutual insurance, auto
to bluebird. get it at your local walmart. >>> welcome back. real clear politics average of national polls shoi the race for the white house is still at a dhed heat, 47%. on this same day four years ago, then senator obama led senator mccain 47-44. today president obama will become the first sitting u.s. president to vote early when he casts his ballot in chicago in a couple of hours from now. the president will join more than 7 million people who have already voted early, and it's these early ballots that team obama hopes will give them the edge as it did four years ago. let me bring in jim warren, chicago editor of "the daily beast" "newsweek." jim, great pleasure having you on. what are you hearing from folks in chicago? >> first of all, tamron, i did not know until a few minutes ago that you and rahm emanuel share a penchant for colorful language. >> everybody from texas curses. i just generalized my whole state. >> exclusively as hour ago the cook county clerk gave me their latest figure. 95,000 folks in cook county v t voted early, which is a huge increase over 2008 when at this sam
in june by local forces. >> correct. >> that gave confidence to the americans. that may have been overconfidence. we'll have to see what happens. >> but based on the information available right now, you're saying it may have been overconfidence, it seems that at least the evidence is pointing to the fact that it was hence the reasons the americans are -- a part of the reason lives were lost. this -- the main question so many people have at this point, joel, is why wasn't security tighter at that consulate? >> and that is the question that needs to be answered. ambassador tom pickering is leading a group that secretary clinton has called on to get to the bottom of this. nobody again has a more of an interest in resolving this issue to protect the future ambassadors and current ambassadors from threats like this than the state department and the u.s. government and it's going to be looked at and certainly chris stevens who is out there also was reading the assessments and understanding the threats he knew that this was a difficult environment to operate in as well. it's a horrible t
and you help secure meals for local families. go to walmart.com/hunger and learn more about how you can join the fight. because hunger is a big problem and it needs a big answer. check out the latest collection of snacks from lean cuisine. creamy spinach artichoke dip, crispy garlic chicken spring rolls. they're this season's must-have accessory. lean cuisine. be culinary chic. >>> we're back with news from ohio. it's his fourth visit to the school and 30th visit to ohio since taking office. the frequent trips pay off in the recent polls anyway. abc news shows the president with an 8-point lead over governor romney in that state. kristen welker traveling with the president in cleveland. kristen, what else are we hearing from the whout concerning the jobs report? >> reporter: good afternoon, tamron. the white house, the obama campaign feeling good about this jobs report today. you heard the president talk about it during his first campaign event in virginia a little early on today touting the fact that this is the lowest jobs or unemployment rate since he took office. the president made
a statement saying it was a great opportunity to highlight the importance of volunteerism and local charities. two weeks in a row you have strange pictures of congressman ryan. the little muscle picture in "time" magazine, the one i love so much, and now this soup kitchen. what do you make of this guy and photo opes? >> we ought to thank congressman ryan, because if his budget passed through the house by republicans, if it would come to pass, meals on wheels would be killed, transportation services to the disabled would be destroyed, food stamps would be evis rated. i think many americans would end up in soup kitchens like that. so i don't think we should be critical. we should be grateful that what mr. ryan has shown us is exactly what will happen to people if the kind of vicious and callous budget that he would wish to impose on american people ends up coming to pass. i'm glad we went it there. listen, my wife volunteers at various places and so do i. it's interesting. mr. ryan talks about himself being a catholic. i was reminded of the suermon o the mount where it says do not do your good
take-away is all politics are local. when you delve into what's going on in those particular states, i think therein lies an explanation as to why there's this die cot mee between national surveys whether you buy into gallups numbers or not sxr and what's going on in the swing states. i pay particular attention it to nate silver's 538 blog. he had a good refuting of the gallup data. the scenario that most concerns me as an american much less a partisan is that i could see this being a repeat of 2 thousand. you talk about how it might be a late night on november 6th. i'm concerned there's a split between the popular vote and the electoral college, and i don't see that helping us get beyond the polarization that exists in the country. >> talking about that aggregation that you refer to there, michael. let's go to erin mcpike, the real clear politics average, what's that look like right now? >> mitt romney is certainly ahead in a national average, but in some battleground states, president obama still has a lead in the electoral college. that's true. it's just colorado and florida and nor
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and local police are investigating. meanwhile virginia attorney general ken cuccinelli is investigating a republican operative arrested for throwing voter registration forms in a dumpster. operative colin small who couldn't be reached for comment had previously work for strategic allied consulting, a consulting firm fired by the republican national committee last month after employees turned in hundreds of suspicious registration forms in florida, including some with fake addresses like a shell gas station. at the time the head of the firm told nbc news he was the victim of a few bad apples that work for him. >> that was michael isikoff. in florida early voting begins tomorrow and so will a massive initiative to encourage people to vote early. reverend al sharpton will take part in the big showdown in florida. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> first let me get your reaction to that isikoff investigative piece at least one official said we're seeing more so-called dirty tricks this election cycle than they've seen before. >> i think that it is clearly a pattern of diry tricks, o
, to support the local enforcement and support the first responders to make sure they had everything they need, to protect people to make sure they get people's power back on and back to normal. this is a historic storm. everybody is pulling together and it's not the time to politicize the issues. >> is it a fair question to ask in a situation like this, a lot of folks need the help and assistance of fema. in that debate the governor said he would eliminate fema and discussed the fact of private companies coming in for aid at this time. is it a fair question without looking through a partisan prism? when you bring it up the dap before the storm hit the country. >> it already hit the country. >> the high tide is tonight, but this is what's going to happen. you politicize it by bringing it up. mitt romney, if he was president of the united states, he would be doing a lot of the same things barack obama has done. i think barack obama has set the same tone. i think mitt romney has said i'll support the president. this is one country. we'll support all americans on this. this is not the time to pol
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